The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 25, 1944 · Page 3
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Delano Council Launches Survey of Housing Shortage DELAXO, Aug. 25.—City Clerk Scott Ladd was instructed to assemble facts and figures on the housing shortage in Delano, at the regular meeting of the City Council, which was held recently at the city hall, with all members present. The instructions followed a letter received by the council from Harold R. Olson, superintendent of the Delano Joint Union High School, regarding the effect of the shortage on new teachers coming into the community. After the reading of the letter, Larry Freeman, president of the chamber of commerce, spoke, telling of a survey conducted by a neighboring town and giving other informative data. Ordinances No. 207, relative to rules and regulations of new water main Installations; and ordinance No. 'ONf PRICE THE mBVFlOWER • 35 SO. GRAND AVI DOWNTOWN IOS ANOIlIt 350 OUIST ROOMS AtfOwisM* ffooms.Afl wMi Both RATIS OUMANTMD M ADVWTISID $2" •• M 40 N* ••*• «h«rf • » 3 p«r*«ni t» r*» Vow don't fcev* to bargain J • MONTIRfY COCKTAIL ROOM COMII SHOP • omit 208, regarding fixing of salaries by resolution for appointive officers of the city, both passed to their second reading and after publication will become law. The budget for the current year was read and will be- adopted later. It provides for total expenditures of $100,866.04, with estimated revenues of $107,854.65. B. F. Stradley appeared before the board regarding the hog farm which is maintained at the city sewer farm, on which the county health department has given an adverse report concerning the sanitary conditions of the farm. After a detailed explanation on how he came into the picture as having an interest in the farm, Mr. Stradley offered the council a new contract for four years on which he would pay the city the annual sum of $100 in advance. There was no action taken on his proposed new contract; nnd the matter of the county board of health's complaint on unsanitary conditions was referred to Councilman William Perellc-Minetti. No action was taken on A. P. T-Ionnig's request for city water service to his home outside the city limits. A motion Instructing the city attorney to make a contract for water with C. Tubilleja, before the next council meeting, was carried. George Pearce, commander of the Delano Post, No. 2390, Veterans of Foreign Wars, speaking for his organization and the Merle Reed Post No. 124, American Legion, appeared before the council asking for a hearing date, when representatives of the two organizations could appear before the council and thrash out the matter of their sponsoring carnivals, in order to raise sufficient funds to help returning war veterans. The hiring of Cal Hill nnd S. Cen- degas for the garbage disposal department, was approved and claims were approved. TAFT SCHOOL TO OPEN SEPT. 11 REGISTRATION DATES LISTED FOR STUDENTS TAFT, Aug. 25.—Bulletins on th opening and registration dates o classes and an explanation of wor permits were Issued today from th office of Eugene M. Johnston, dls trict superintendent of Taft Union High School and Junior College. School will open-at 8:25 a. m. Mon day, September 11. Registration date will be as follows: High school fresh men and sophomores, September and 6, from 9 a. m. to 12 noon anc 1 p. m. to 4 p. m.; high school Jun iors and seniors, September 7, from 9 a. m. to 12 noon and 1 p. m. to p. m., and September 8, from a. m. to 12 noon; junior college, Sep tember 8. Books and gymnasium lockers wi be assigned and copies of high schoo programs given out at the time o registration. No deposits will be re quired as the law now specificall states that parents are liable fo school property loaned to students Junior college student body dues ar payable at time of registration. Credit for "work experience" ma v be arranged for by juniors and sen iors on the basis of four hours i school and four hours of work. Plan must be made In advance, and stu dents desiring to make arrangement for "work experience" credits shoul see Kenneth C. Skeen or E. M Johnston as soon as possible. Th office si open from 9 to 12 and from 1 to 4 every day except Saturday an Sunday. GOVERNMENT SETTLED WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. CW—Ar rangements to administer liberate France until the French peopl choose a permanent form of govern ment went into effect today, th state department announced. THE POPULAR , JUMPER DRESS... FINE FOR SCHOOL WEAR One of the easiest styles to wear and one of the most charming for high school, junior college and for women about town. Made of very fine grade strut- ter cloth, in navy, brown and Kelly. SIZES 38 to 44. <&!•* $ 5 KEEP BUYING BONDS DOWNSTAIRS STORE LAZYBONES Sizes 8% to 12 $3.75 A BETTER CHILDHOOD STEP MASTERS Sizes 12y a to 3 $3.75 AND FUTURE FOOT HEALTH Brock's shoes arc mighty good teachers . . . for their many exclusive features help keep young, growing feet on the right road to a happy healthful chil- hood. Feet play such an important part in life, you cannot afford to take chances now ... when proper foot habits are formed. MOUNTAIN LODGE Sizes 8Vt to 12 $3.75 Sizes 12% to 3 $4.25 MOUNTAIN LODGE Sices 8 to 12 _ $3.75 Size* 12Vi to «...m.. •STREET FLOOR SHOE SALON Mrs. Stella Garner Honored on Birthday TAFT, Aug. 25.—Mrs. Stella Garner was honored on her birthday anniversary recently when a group of friends gathered at the home of Mrs. John Frakes, at 301 i" 1 street, for a surprise party. Games were played, refreshments served and the honoree received many lovely gifts. Those present were Mesdames C. E. Spencer, Martha Watkins, Edna Wesson, Dorothy Dunning, Maude Kidd, John Frakes, C. M. Dawson, Margaret Snoddy, Bertha Clark, Frank Towne, J. F. Roberts, Harley Williamson and daughter, Lila, Cliff Shelton, Ethel Brown, Blanche Pitcairn of Long Beach. Those sending gifts were Mesdames Will Head of Bakersfield, Mary Head Voorhies, Lowell Johns, Lee Williamson and Joe Seymour. TRACTOR TOGGED OUT FOR WINTER— Model M-7 snow tractor, designed for use by the armed forces in Arctic areas, is heavily insulated against cold, has six forward and two reverse speeds ranging from 4 to 41 m.p.h. Coupled with a snow trailer, the M-7 is used for res- ruing downed flyers and carrying supplies. AII : Day Sewing Meet Held in Magunden An all-day sowing meet was held recontly by the Miignnden Farm florne department at. the home of Mrs. (..'. It. (ire-en, 209 \Vater street. Mrs. B. It. Harmon, publicity chairman, announced todny. The department niomliera were sewing- on articles for their annual bazaar, wlilcli is scheduled for December, Mrs. Harmon said, Mrs. Marker Cunningham presided over a short business meeting during the sewing meet nnd plans were formulated for running the eating concessions at the September Victory Food Fair. Chairmen were appointed by Mrs. Cunnigham for duty each day at the concession stands. Members present were: Mesdames Ida Germaine, Mae Foiey, A. K. Kapp. Fred I)euel. B. R. Harmon and Darker Cunningham. Friday, August 25, 1944 3 CARRY PACKAGES UNWRAPPED WHEN POSSIBLE X.. Famous California designed cardigan suit, man-tailored by Rosenblum. Thrilling wide shoulders, easy California lines, Duchess acetate lining. In black and white shepherd check, 100% pure wool fabric. 39 95 SIZES 10-20. t I t for that"Cover Girl" glamour Smart Barefoot Original* capture that appealing "Cover Girl" glamour... lend enchantment to your step, enhance your every costume! *Tr*dem*rli and Patent Pending; STREET FLOOR SHOE SALON FASHION FLOOR * LAST DAYS OF AUGUST FUR WEHT There are only five more days in this magic presentation of luxury furs. Each is a creation in itself ... all feature new style details such as the handsome tuxedo front, large sleeves with turn-back cuffs and other extremely smart effects. See them tomorrow. NORTH STAR CRIB SIZE BLANKETS 100 per cent pure wool blankets. In solid colors of pink or blue. With acetate satin binding. SIZE 42x60 $£95 6 AT $ 99 AT 110 Three only . . .Sealine Coats. Greatcoats of Sealine and Guaaoco. AT $ 169 Buy Your Coat Now ... Free Storage Until Wanted Greatcoats of Kit Fox, Natural Opossum, Silvered Fo,\, Full Length Brown Squirrel Locke. Other Furs at Special Prices Hudson Seal, Bombay Lamb, Ermine, Grey Squirrel Back, Sable Dyed Squirrel Back, Marten, Silver Fox, Broadtail Paw, Monkey Fur, Hollander Blended Muskrat, Natural Squirrel Lockes and others. Plus 20% Federal Excise Tax \/HJb*-^FASHI< BABY SHOP BUNNY ESMOND COTTON BLANKETS In solid colors and in patterns . . . pink with white or blue with white ... all bound edges. FASHION FLOOR SIZE 36x50 $098 2 BABY SHOP

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